Filed under: NWA TV | Tags: Arn Anderson, Barbarian, Billy Jack Haynes, Dusty Rhodes, Ivan Koloff, Krusher Khruschev, Manny Fernandez, Nikita Koloff, Ole Anderson, Ricky Morton, Robert Gibson, Ronnie Garvin, Thunderfoot, Tully Blanchard
Picking up from the last episode of NWA TV, we return to the build up to Starrcade 1985. Starrcade is coming up in three weeks and we don’t know who Ric Flair will defend the NWA World title against, but tonight the announcement will be made. Also scheduled to appear are Terry Taylor, Buddy Landel and more, so let’s get started.
The opening video is followed by David Crockett and Tony Schiavone, who go over the upcoming show including Dusty Rhodes is here tonight. Also an update on Starrcade and the six man champions. Arn Anderson joins us and Tony says the Television Championship has been held up and there will be a tournament to crown the new champion. Arn says he took it from Dusty and it is his, which brings in Ole who says they will not allow anyone to do anything to the Andersons. Tony says due to Dusty’s injury he has been stripped of the belt and sends it to the ring. Continue reading
Filed under: NWA TV | Tags: Abdullah The Butcher, Arn Anderson, Billy Jack Haynes, Black Bart, Buddy Landel, Ivan Koloff, Jimmy Valiant, Krusher Khruschev, Magnum T.A., Manny Fernandez, Nikita Koloff, Ole Anderson, Pez Whatley, Ric Flair, Ricky Morton, Robert Gibson, Superstar Billy Graham, Tully Blanchard
NWA Championship Wrestling – November 2, 1985
Moving from the WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event, we go to the NWA’s weekly TV show. This takes place the same day as the SNME we just saw, and will have the build to Starrcade 1985. NWA/WCW shows were never big in Canada, so we didn’t get to see most of this making this new to me. My earliest memories of WCW begins in about 91/92 era, so I’m looking forward to watching something new. With that let’s see what the NWA was like in the mid-80s. Continue reading
Filed under: Other | Tags: Alex Silva, CW Anderson, Dave Finlay, Diamond Dallas Page, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Jamin Olivencia, Kevin Nash, Mohammad Akbar, Perry Saturn, Ricky Morton, Robert Gibson, Short Sleeve Sampson, Sonjay Dutt, Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer
Now for something completely different, this was a special PPV that aired last weekend. The ad showed Kevin Nash, the Rock and Roll Express, Terry Funk and others. I love watching nostalgia style PPV as they are usually so much fun. The 605 Reunion PPV was fun to watch, and I’m in the minority but I enjoyed the Heroes of Wrestling PPV. Of course these are all the old school guys I grew up watching. Makes me wonder in twenty five years or so, will we have these kind of shows with Randy Orton, John Cena and Kelly Kelly, doubt it. Anyways, I’ve been looking forward to this show all week, so let’s get down to ringside. Continue reading